Despite the traction it is getting online (over 22 million views and counting on YouTube alone), what the rapper did was nothing new.
Voluntary steps to include more people of color and women should be a priority throughout the entire Hollywood system of moviemaking, from studios’ executive ranks to casting.
Author and filmmaker F.X. Feeney delves into the life—and afterlife—of one of 20th century’s most brilliant creative forces, one who never strayed far from the political.
In the spirit of cautionary prophesies such as “2001: A Space Odyssey,” “Demon Seed,” “A.I. Artificial Intelligence” and “Her,” Alex Garland’s provocative film raises questions of gender, ethics and existentialism.
Two veterans of L.A.’s punk scene are bringing books and creative writing to institutionalized people in prisons, shelters and recovery programs.
The impact of her sculpture Target extends to the thousands of anonymous people of color, mostly but not exclusively younger males, who are routinely subjected to racist harassment and attacks by police and others throughout the United States.Dignified portrayals of African-Americans, especially of women, were a major feature of her sculpture and prints.
The sad fact is that all traditional modes of dissent, whether they're protest marches or boycotts or sit-ins, must ultimately fail because they are generally powerless to prevent their own inception. What does that mean? The sad fact is that all traditional modes of dissent, whether they're protest marches or boycotts or sit-ins, must ultimately fail because they are generally powerless to prevent their own inception.
Do we learn anything about Margaret Thatcher from Abi Morgan’s screenplay? And more important, will anyone born after Thatcher’s 11 years in office learn anything about her brand of conservatism and its effects?Nothing like a movie to drive a wedge between ideology and feelings.